Welcome to Witney Community Primary School & Nursery

Caring, Learning and Succeeding Together

Our new website is under construction and will launch in February 2022

Please click on the picture to see what the school have been up to on Children In Need day

Is my child too ill for school - guidance from the NHS

Take a look at the website opposite.

It contains parenting advice for over 40 situations / challenges that you may be facing

Welcome to Witney Community Primary School

Witney Community Primary school dates back to 1938 and is housed in an interesting building in Witney. There are 3 classrooms for the Key Stage 1 and Foundation Stage children and 4 classrooms for Key Stage 2 pupils. Our annual intake of pupils into school is thirty per year, with a total in the main school of approximately 205 children.

The Foundation Stage class has 30 full-time places and has its own separate play area and toilets. We also have an art room, library, music room and ICT room in school and each classroom has further internet linked computers and the use of a laptop trolley.

We provide a secure and happy environment where the work is varied and challenging and every child and adult is valued. We set the children and ourselves high standards to enable every child to develop his or her potential to the full and become confident and passionate learners. We aim to develop the whole child.

All parents and carers are very welcome in school and we see home and school working together as very important for your child.

Our website will give you a flavour of our school's aims, the activities that the children are involved in, the achievements that we have gained and the wealth of memorable experiences that the children encounter.

We hope you find the information you want whilst looking through the site but please do contact us if you have any further questions and you are very welcome to come and have a look around anytime.

Mark Peacey (Headteacher)

WCPS Remote Learning Policy & Plan

WCPS Remote learning plan January 2021.pdf
Remote Learning Policy.pdf


Newsletter 7th January 2022.pdf
Lunch Menu Autumn-Winter.pdf



Monday 10th

Year 3 and 4 Stone Age Workshop

how-it-works - digital.pdf

Worried about a child call or email - 0808 800 5000 help@nspcc.org.uk

18 or Under and need help? call childline 0800 1111

A new website for parents and professionals - reliable advice on young people’s mental health problems.

A new website for parents and professionals - www.happymaps.co.uk/

reliable advice on young people’s mental health problems.

HappyMaps website is a single hub of up-to-date and professional advice on mental health problems in children and young people. It covers many common problems including anxiety, self-harm, tics, gender dysphoria, ADHD, eating disorders, suicidal thoughts and much more. It also has a pre-school section for issues such as sleep, behaviour and fussy eating.

The website has had over 63,000 users to date, with positive feedback from parents, teachers, doctors and others working with young people. We have recently added new pages such as “Best Apps for Mental Health” and “Mental Health during Covid”.

Although the website is aimed at parents, we have recently also created a “Self-help page for Young People”, and a “Professionals” section with resources for teachers.

HappyMaps is a charity and received funding through The National Lottery Community Fund in January 2021. This will see the website expand further and be adapted in response to parent feedback - we are particularly keen to reach parents from all communities.

Tips for talking to children about coronavirus

Children, please use this link if you need to in the current situation

Learning about online safety at home (ThinkUKnow)

ThinkUKnow have created a page to support parents and young people online. The site includes home activity packs with simple 15 minute activities support children's understanding of online safety at a time.

There is also parent support information for primary and secondary age groups.

The resources can be found here: https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/parents/Support-tools/home-activity-worksheets

Be SMART: Online Safety Video Lessons for 6 - 9 year olds (Childnet)

Childnet have released six new easy-to-follow videos for parents and children to work through together. The 10 - 15 minute videos offer simple, clear online safety advice using fun activities, games and discussion. There are optional follow-up activities to extend children's learning.

The videos can be found here: https://www.childnet.com/resources/video-lessons

WCPS is a Reading School!

The Oxford Owl website helps children with their reading. Free eBooks, storytelling videos and fun ideas to help children of all abilities with their reading. Lots for children to do and share.


Click here find out more about what is happening in Witney Library

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WCPS is part of the River Learning Trust

Online Safety: Protecting your child

The Ultimate Parent Guide for Protecting Your Child on the Internet

Digital Resilience Toolkit: Practical tips for parents of 6 – 10 year olds

Young Minds Mental Health Support

Need some advice about your child’s behaviour or emotions?

Contact YoungMinds’ Parents Helpline 0808 802 5544



WCPS is a Partner school in the Oxfordshire Teaching Schools Alliance (OTSA).